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LaGRANGE, GEORGIA. 






EDUCAT- g TO REFINE THE WORLD.- 



ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



Lagrange* Female *(5ollem 

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Lagrange,- Georgia. 



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" Fo Educate Woman is to Refine II, e World." 



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cci.. Jaw - m I'.imi- 
ii., n Ai.ni.iti' K. Cox, 

1 1 . . N . 1!. ii. BlOHAM, 
ROB. HbbSI H. H kSBIS, 

Jobh EL Bboohb, K*l ■ 
Da. Jobs a. Bai oh, 

Wm. II. HlMIKV. Km;.. 
JaKBJ f. OOUttBl I ■'. !>'(■• 

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I)n. W. E. .Mrnriii.v, 
Wm B. With am. Ksc; .. 

I.I.WiS II. GLABSK, Km;.. 

1{. S. M< Faki.in. Km;.. 
F. P. EUXSUt, Est;., 
Col.. OSO. M. ROLAH, 

Phof. .1. l). Hooks, 
Dm. A. Q. Kmoky, - 

Hon. B. I. Kimijall. 
William A. HiMiim.i.. Esq., 
Hon. Hiham P. Bill, 
Mai. A. I). Ap.kmiam, 

Got. a. II. Coi.^i itt. - 
Bet. W. h. Poms, n.l>.. 

Ki.v. J as. It Haybqb, - 
Kkv. QSO. W. V AHi;iior<;n. 
Kkv. William D. SSSCBMH, 

KKV. AnDKKSOX .1. jAUItKl.l., 

Bar. W. A. Puiks. 
Kkv. Jamks W. Les, 
Dr. E. D. Pitman, 
Jobs 0. Bxwpswos, Em;.. 

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COL. JAMES M. BEALL, President. A. E. COX. Secy & Treasu 



,1- "' iaw*mu un bruuwa MM 

(Officers and Teachers 

L881 83. 

• •* • 

fc JOHN W. IIKIDT. |)|)., |- l;IMI) ,, NTi 

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ft PETEB A HEARD, A.M.. 
■am ..f Am i,.„, UatMtWMMI i.ii.mii.,,.. ,,„i Hataai Sli ,,„,. 

B«v. I EL KAY80N, A.M., 

Km... rim- PmfcMOrof Mathi-matim. 

Wi.v ( ADBBMAR POPE, 

II:-tiiry. 

Mi- MAMIE LQE COOK, A H.L.I., 
Teachi 

Kjumfoinetu ALICE stkkciii, 

''■■ " !l "'" r I**** Ml ' ami AaalatMrt in Knir.'i-li UtaMtam. 

M; MAMIE MONTGOMERY, 

'i.T Of PriMIJ ll.|,:ir>„ii.|lt. 

Mi;- LEILA V. IIKIDT. 

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iUusic tlepavtmcnt. 
Kin 0EORGIE ROUTT, 

Tiai'hiT of tiMniini III , M 

Mm iiassii; HAMPTON, 
■ hat of focal Mu 

Km katik i; BAROI8, 
\ — i-i;nii la fiialiiiiiii atal Koatc 

Pbof. 0HARLE8 J. K1KIUT.KF. 
Ten bci ol \ i.iiin and Oottar. 

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I'kok. CHABUHj J, KIKRU.FF. 

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TO, „., i, m tappet We Inn, made ersr, etert, be. tar. raited to pi a om, 

■Jlwlll.M-.M.d-r fgatlons ... ,,.., I "to «»> — « "' "* «" rk N "* '""«• 

;"„„,„. ,,,,„>■ .1..,,...., n..t Included In Ihfa. IK «- •*- B- — ....„ .,f anv,„ 
minus herein prlnlnl. 



Datmiiicl slnmnai are marked thaw * 



Mrs Barak B. Bwaneon, m Cameiem, 

•• Bamh T. Hill, no Cameron, 



Mum Adelaide i: Big-ham. * 
Mr*. Barah II Newton, rm Copper 
■• Tabltba B. Howard, rut Hill.* 
•■ Martha It. Potu, "" Hill.* 
Ml - Rebecca V. Marshall, 



1846. 



1S17 



HI-. 



Mrs. Mar 



Man A IContgomaTj, »•» BronghtoB, 

BUM -I Martin, '<■• Bryan. 
AmarinthaC Gibson, Mi Cameron, 
Sarah Jeter, net Clayton, 
Catherine P. Whii-. M Doaier, 
Prances J, Perry, mi Greenwood. 



Mr*. .If".'] niiii- 11 . Tutuni. M Akin.* 
■■ Georgia C. WUUame, net Bbjnam, 

Mi-- Henrietta Broome, 

.Mr-. Dorltba A. Mathews, net Chapel, 

Mia Sophronls B. Campbell, 

Mr- Francos A. OoMamith, net ravnr. 
•• Mary I'.Ni'al. Ml GrlggS,' 



Mn> iuiwalti T (;uni.,i. eat Botha, 
■ Francee K bong, m BrongMon, 

•■ Martha B.Hall, Ml Dixon, 

•• |nal»-llu K AJBOas, Ml Dongiaiw, 

" Nani-aW llailcv. me Hun-la— . 

•• Rebecca G . run Forbes, 

" Margaret A. Goodman, rm GUlman, 

Mi- Marv K Ciritttn, 

Mrs. Barak C. Long, m Griggs, 



Mr» Man M. Heard, aasAWord, 
•• Man J. Kener, Ml Cnx, 
" Taliila Wells, mi Carter, 

Mi-- Man M licmglan,* 

Mrs. snaan W. , nm Dinii-las. 



Mi- Bllaaheth L Bark.* 



Mrs. Barak C Barber, m Ha in 
Mi- Ophelia A Oeborn, 
Mr-. Hasan J. Bunkley, r 
Mi— Man A Baundars.* 



Mrs. .lane K. -. Ml Gilbert, 

■ s.naii B Iti"-. "■• King, 
irah ■! Camp, net Kldd, 
panllne Abercroroh 
" Kli/.ahfth Ttgnor, net Parbam.' 



1S4!». 



1860. 



Mr- Arcadia E. Dowdoll 

■■ Amanda . «et DnBese, 

" Susan A. Maddor, 

•* Maacr net Headers, 

•• Ann k Doaier, aa Pitts, 

■ Elisabeth A BadclinT, rm 

Mi- Mary A. Thompson.* 



Mr*. Mariha F. Harper, >,>■ Barvey, 

•' Bnsan M. Brown, rut Metders, 

•• Ann B. Akers, rm McGinn,* 

•■ Cordelia A -I ■-. net Redding, 

•■ Rebecca A Sicoleon. nn - 

■' Caroline 8 hank-. 

" Helen A. Mitchell, net TaU, 

" Barah C. Doaier, am Newton, 

" Catherine C. Seal, net Stlnsoa," 



1881. 



Mr-, .lam- B WeetOB, Ml Dune, 

" Ann Ml Davis, 

■■ Man K. Phillips, mi I>rak<\ 

Mi-- Mary Glares, 



/ <'./.' i MH-: /■■/■: i/. i/./; 11, 1 1 /._-,,/ 



I. i ' Mi ■ li impton, 

- I Meal 11,11, 

K .1 Lam •• ki,M. 

Hampton, rur Mi <;■ hit . 
I! A BoyntoB, «•• Butlodge, 



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Mi-- Ann l(,i,|. 

M T ReM, 
nn Ii .i.,!„ . ,„, Hbarp 

' rw Kpicvr, 

• Jam- Newton. 



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Sarah A Pott*. /'•' Ak,-r»,* 

|,i. rnn' H li 

Alberta V Heard, "" AJaoaa, 

i^nifft . P" Bryan, 

Isabella Itnldrh k* 
rutin rim i 'oleman, 

Sappington, /... Craven,' 
Man Eliza I>i\. net Colquitt, 
surah B CaaaefOJI, 

I '-oinir'l. "" ' ameron,* 
Kil.-ii Gaffney, <••• Cllne, 
Miry Full. 



1854 



M Bann- 
Ann I 

Margaret Cunningham,* 
Mr* Mary Green, /," Colqnttt. 
■ Harriet Anderson, n« EdmaiMboa, 
inda Edmondaaa, 
mcea 11 Kimball, /,<. 1 1 n 

: iry A- . i"' Kiiil'. 

inda Ley, 
Up Liny Smith /... Morrow, 

i ravi ii net McCamle, 
in Burnett, net Newton, 



Mr- 



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hniiii. 
I. B M .IT. n. „,. Kdnitindsoii 
Hall 
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Mary , ,,. 

Mary Bradneht M I 
Snaan . nee Parr) 

. m Pace, 

m Ware, ' 
Mary Aahford, a« Whitfield. 



Mi- Huacnirl Pitta, 

" I.IIC'V P 

Mi- Georgia Allen. rM Patrick 

Sarah f, <irant. nat Id hi 
M g trah 1 1 siiiiih. 
Mi-. Sarah .1 HarriBg, mi 81 imbrklge, 
• keen, 
" Man Btephena, 
" K T Taliaferro, 
i ornelia Tyler, 
Hn Miry Young, m Yancey.* 



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f |jtitin .1. Anal 

\ i ogbill, 
sarah A . I»;iv\ hin-, 

K Edmnthtou, 
Griffin, 
I I In in - 
Mn. II. Uolland, 

\h !i—a N I. . 

I'll, hi- i, Mabry.* 
. II K. Kimbrough, ■■■ V 
iMargeret K McDowell, 



1850. 



M-- M A. M' i rati . <•■• Appleby, 

I Judge. /■■■ Blackburn, 

"OD, net i .'1111,1,11,. 

- '. ■ 
" Untie W. i nnnlngbam, 

.1 it DeLoach, 
■ Bbtabeth 11 DeLoach, 
M J. Bdwarda, 

• Ii Herring, na KIH-. 
" sn-uii (•; simti, ..... Darrell, 
" Anna M Banwick, >»• II 



'• idowa, 
Mi- Margaret A. Bxaell, *a Mooney, 

Blanche William* 
Mi- Mary F. Redwbie, 
Sarah W. Rene, 

its I. , /,., Bella k. 

'• Eliza O. M,,r. - phi nl 

■' Man P. 1 1 nl 

ike,* 

•■ Sarah E 



Mr-,. Nnn, v i | ||ij| 

Harriet N. Kir ,i . /,.. Llpxcomb 
Martha P. Craven, «,, .M, Kamie, 
Mi- Anna II Meadowa, 
•■ Mary A, Powi 
•• Rebeci n ii Powell, 
'• s. Indiana Pitta. 
■■ Sophia i. Baundera, 
" Frai ,!-, in. 

Harj i . Tyler, 
Mi- Phllogrtda WttlMrapooa, .... War*. 



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*■- M E. ILard net Alford. 
*i- Francea Andrews, 

M V Atkin-.,|, 

0. A Baldrick.* 
• s Nittle K. Oglexby. net Berry, 

Hadena Traywlck, /•-< livid 
■an A Cameron, 
' Mary c. Cole.* 

Laura A. Oarllngton. 



Mr- SaaanV. Marbnry, we Ilarrell. 
Mi- Addle l(. Powell, 

Rattle A Shuinatc, 
Mr-. Elizabeth chirk,-. «~ Smith. 
Mi-- \iii.ii BtaagaJL 

Mr-. Man .1. TlL'iior. na Stinwill. 

Anna E. Bwanaoo, net Swaaaon. 
" Martha Tooke, 
" Mr- Pannle A. Johaeon, nm Ward 



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Ml . ,, . m Boraer, 

Mi- I.. II. Brown 

• V. ll Clayton, 
v,- ! \ Van Rpi' 

■ M. A. Toggle, w« Col 
HI H k. C. Crowdcr, 



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Mn 



I k Oordon, 
\ s Orwn wimmI , 
M. A E Hamilton, 
M .1 Hamilton. 
i; \ Hamilton 
a C. Hanki, 
Wlnnhip. «• 



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Mi-- 



Mr-. 



Mr*. 
M 

Mn 



Mar] 1. '■ 
Huaan B. Baaa, 
m i. R dli 
Emma Boatfek, 

i Carlatn, 
Hattie Carlton, 
Fletcher Hiiriliii, 

i.nilin. m ' 
Settle Melton. 

\niia . "" »<W»i 

A. -|" it. M MoreUUHi, 
C. Craven, /," McKamie, 



I860. 



Mr- fcama Lattmanaon, ■■■■ Bm h I" 

Anna M Oalnway, 

Claude V. Carlton, 
Mn Blaa J. akere, nm Cox, 

H I B Irene, 
Mi- l' i Dixon, " Hew 

'vr-„ 

•■ Angnatt M. Tnompaon, "•• HHI, 
Fannie Jeu r, 
Mr- M F McLaw, rw» Johneon, 
••' N. A. Maddox, !■■■ Johnaon, 

Mlaa I 8 ' 
•■ J. It. Leney, 



Mi- L A. BW, 

Julia Bohannon. 

• (;. A. Brooghton, 
■• Maggie Bnmalde, 

• K mcron. 
■■ ^rieCrawfora, 

•■ Ella M. Cunningham. 
Mr- K. M. Law, <■ D 
Miw-Sallie R.Jeter. 
Mi- . . M. E1IU, •" Ledbetter,' 



Mr- I: M. Map, v 

M M B Pollen, 

Mm K McFarlin, n*. Itnifonl. 

\|.\ It,,.:, In . nn Kmith, 
Mi-- Mettle H Shepherd, 

" Mary Bbepherd, 

tree, /.-■ Stlnn 

■■ Achaata Mareh, /.<• Turner, 

■• Uphelia Tumlln. I 
Mi- Tinelie Wlneton.* 
Mr-. R K Heme, m Wood* 
\. :- Sarah Won 



Hn, Ali" : Ledbetter, 

" g C. Lovejoy, 

■ M. •' Mnotv. ;,.. Millar, 

■ Fredonia Mel BalfoM, 
Aline B. Heeao, 

Mr- Pollj Hammond, no Kol 
■• Bdna M. i alulian .-• U -ii 
Mu In 
|jmra .1. Branham, .■•■ Saxm II 
- - ' r. m, Mieppa.nl. 

Mollle .1. Sniilh. 

Tally. 
I. c Winfrey. 



1861. 



Mi-. I. B, Harwell, na 
Mi— s I.. Moreland. 
Mr- Bill i B Callaway 
C. Phllllpa, 
• I.. C. I'ullin. 
• I. L. Kendall. 
•■ i . K. II. i'i. 
Mi- Genie Cameron, i 
Misx 8. ] '>' 
Mi-. Bmma C. Bryant. 



I. ip -,1.1111. 



Held* 



Vim. 



1802. 



iuctoatrikethoaewhodMlnorgTad 



Mi-- Man, A. Balwick, 

•• Fr.in. • - I'. B 

•• Ham.' B. Callaway 

■• \nna B. Bv»ni«, 

■• Mattfe Held, 

• i.ui-v A. Fleming, 

•• Mary F. Gilmer, 

•• Li/./'i"- Godwin. 

•• Jennie Goodwin, 

•• Bebecca Harrington, 

•• Mary A Haym -. 

•• Kllu'll. Hill, 

•■ Georgia Hodnett, 

" Buean A. Hogg, 



Mr-. Katie Homady, n* Beall. 

■ Addie i'.iiiiliii-"ii. " I 
Mi- Hettie Callaway, 

•■ LUric I. 

■ BatHe Leslie, 



Mi— i;. ttli Howi II. 
•• Ha lie A. Knight, 
•• Pallii A. Litl 
•• Anna Lyon, 
•• c p. M.i ..lie . 
•• Kate O. .Mcrriu . 

Mary Moouey, 
•■ I.im o'Neil. 

K. Owena, 
•• Clara Packard, 
•■ Mettle D. I'it'-. 
• M.A.Taylor. 
" Wimbiah. 



186:?. 



Mi- Annie Martin, 
■ Mattle Mur-liall. 
•■ Belle McCain, 
Mr-. GeralineHpi v ™aae. 

Mi-- Anna Turner. 



hiUB \nqm vkhalk volume, 



j(,.. Eli/ 1 Al 
•• Ida ' 

Iil'Imiii. 



■ n i i i ■ ■ l dtaway, 



\| r . tnnii C V' i loi I .irlri^-lil 

'•■r. 
■•• BraxMeld, »•• Pitman, 



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1871. 






M ■- Fannli || a || 

Nora owi iw, 
Pannli Pb 

v 



Mi-- Lali Culbenog 

" Alary Hill. 



M • •rri<- Pitman, 

M M pel, .... Poythrct 



y . \1 u i ( l I! I-- 
Dr. Dun M 

M i.. MciIIil- II. !!■ Bvui*. 
lie Lou IfanUton, 



1874. 



Mi-- tail Wan], 
Mr-. Maggie Foote. /./. Wttlaker 
■' Addle 0, Anthony, ,,., Wbn'niah 



UaJennli m 



: v Alford, 
•■ ,inli;i Omnally, 
■■ Annli « i 



1876 



l«n 



Mi- Aldora Qanldtng. 



Mi- i DoduM Rlchardaom, 

Kllllllu J'ulllllT. 



\ iru'i' Htlice. 

Hi Ochci 



1878. 



Hi i >... Sli i.-. 

Lizzie Tmjrlor, 

" Leliall 



le Williams, 
•• Fannie White, 



1879. 



M ittie Taylor. 



HnJennic Atkinaon, 
" Mattif C(M)k. 
•• Salli* 1 Dowtnao, 
- Fannie Dorman, 



18sn. 



MiM Ida I... Km. in. 
•■ Hattii li 
•■ Myrtle McFarfin 
■• Boma Stipe. 



i l.uia Wntkin». 
Klla I. i - 
l.nla Walker, 

FJi» Vanghan. 
Angnata Vaognan, 

All lia Kuril-. 



1881. 



Mm 1 1 li K. In 
K Baxter Mabry, 
Mi.llie I! Whiiakcr. 
Myrtle Gaie.-. 
Lola A. Uranium. 



Rndcrnraduates. 



SENIOR CLASS. 



MiM AJioa lioykin Tr " ,1 l l county, * 

■• < lenerra Gholaon !*• LaGrange, * 

" Lily Howard, second honor and salutatory Palmetto, Gt 

•• [da Palmer, Oral honor Atlanta,* 

'• Mollle Btipe, flm honor ami valedietory Rockmart, Gt 

■ May Fannie Turner Geneva, Gt 

•• Bertha Walker LaGrange, Gt 

•• Irene Ward LaGrange, * 

•• Ida Wilkinson. .!? Hogwwville, Gt 

•• Loula Wilkinson. IS. HoganavUle, Gt 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

Mi ■ JuUetteAken LaGrange,* 

•• Helen Baldwin Greenville, 0* 

•• Cmie IJnllard N "' 

•• Annie Bradley Atlanta,* 

■ Ha] Candler Geneva,* 

■• Susie Candler ,: "" 

•• KvaCl.nums UBna% 

■■ j«Ua Covington Mtart »« r * 

■• Miriam CoWM UGran l 

•■ L,.iia Dunson Troup county, * 

•• WUlaKdwardi Ope!ika,Ah 

•• Katie Uargii •"■** 

•• Lorwteie Heard Troupe,,,,, 

" Carol-el Heid. I.a< oamre, <a 

•• NellaJone* ( ; arter8V "*' * 

., -» • t „.... ,. Seminole, al 

•• .lessie Lawtoii 

" Alne MeCrary J ^ m * 

« Li/./.-.e MeFarlin ^f? 

,, . r» i (Jainesvi e. I* 

" C'nrne Parks 

» Clara Km* LaGrange,* 

« Effle Thompson Newna.* 

. ,„ , ,. Newnan, wt 

" .lame ANadsworth •*• 

.-.- 1 roup eountv.ut 

" Lilarette \ oung ' 



/ tURA VOE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 
BeutahArBold Kmm, Ga 

" M: "> Br "' LaGrange,Ga 

" A "-" h,:l ll»rwrll , Iu;i|l .,. A1[i 

" Uun Kni - 1 " Watkinaruk, Ga 

■' F«uiie McAfee CanUm, Ga, 

" ,;,!l " 1 '"' r Hatria County, <;., 

" N " lli '' l!i '. v Griffin 

" ft*»8»ul Aflanta,Ga 

" • , '" 11 "- Si """- Ufauta, < la 

■ Addle \\ sdaworth Kewnan, < la 

•• L "" lil Zi """ ir LaGrange, ( la, 

FRESHMAN CLASS. 

Mi- Pauline Arnold. Newnaa, Ga 

" Bddie ( '"" k LaGrange] Ga 

" WorrleCkK* LaGrange, Ga 

" K "<''• ' '""I"' 1 ' LaGrange, ( la 

" Johnle Heidi LaGrangi 

" Minnie I [eidl Mario* , ' hi 

" Minnie Hill I,,,,,;, Cam . ( ; a 

" Beaale Jackaon LaGrange, Ga 

" GoldieJaodon Tillman. 8. C. 

•• Daisy Knitrlil Greentflle i:. 

•' I'''' Lowrey LaGrange, Ga. 

- Bailie Lowrey LaGrange, ( la 

■ Maud WcFarltn LaGrange, < la. 

" hura Moreland Orantville, Ga. 

•' Willie Miiler Troup coast] 

■• Georgia Pope LnGran e, Ga. 

" Helen Ret il Atlanta, Ga 

SUB-FRESHMAN CLASS. 

Dennis Brady LaGrange, Ge 

Mi- Annie Cole LaGrange, c.» 

■■ Maggie Cook LaGnarge, Ga. 

•■ Jennie Cooper LaGrange, Ga 

■• Mary Lou Daushy LaGrange, Ga 

•• Bbtnche MeFarlin LaGrange, Ga. 

• MaryMarab Ulanta, Ga 

■ Maggie Moon LaGrange, Ga. 

" Poriow Wai Ism hi li Newli.in, Ga. 

■• Pearl White LaGrange, Ga, 

" Tillie Zinmer LaGrange, Ga, 

PRIMARY CLASS. 

leottie Abraham LaGrange, Ga, 

Warn n Aken LaGrange, Ga 

Kattie Beall LaGrange, Ga. 



Hi l/i(i RANCH FKMALB UOU.KMi. 



PRIMARY CLASS -Continued. 

George BeaU LaGrange, % 

Mattie Bradfteld LaGran 

Mamie Bradley * tlanta, Q« 

I.ily Brady LaGran i 

Hay Brady LaGrani Q 

Douglaa Cooper LaOran 

( arrie I .<■<■ Do* ' * Gni 

Annie Hi* LaGran 

Henry Qtentoa LaGrang Q 

Tainret Baralene LaGrai 

...i BeMI l - i "" : " 

Guile Held! ' LaGrange, ft. 

Jamie Beidt UGrai 

I [enry Jackaoa LaG n ' 

Hugh Jackaoa ' * Grai 

LUyJackaon LaQtw 

Bam Jonei UGran 

TennieJonei UGnu 

Willie Jocee u ' ; ' :i; 

Fuller Longley '• :l,; ''" 

\,,,..- May Martin LaGrange,* 

Ella Lou Martin '■"' ini 

Janie Lou McFarlin '- : " ir;,! 

Minnie McFarlin UOnD 

Umax McOane Tr "»i> " ,,ln: > '• 

Wade McCane Troup county. G» 

Beanie Mulford I " ,(i,: ' 

Oracle Mulford LaGrange, ft 

GeorgePerry Ll4,!ri1 ' 

Walter Perry LaGrange,* 

Ban Pope LaGrange.* 

OlinPope '- a,;,:i! 

Jimmie Sledge UQni 

Roe Ward LaGrange,* 

Ruby Ware , - :i,,n " 

AJbert Wilder Troup cou. 

Jeannie Wilder Troup eouaty, ft 

Mai Whitfield '' i,,;rai 

Charlie White UUri.ro '■ 

Bessie Wllkee Naehville. Im. 

Minnie Willingham [* Gni 

Georg^Zhnmer UQnn» ft 

Johnnie Zlmmer LaGrange,* 



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jFupils in instrumental Ittusic. 



Mi- 



' v Siniiii- Abraham, 
Beulata Arnold, 
Pauline Arnold, 
Helen Baldwin, 
Carrie Ballard, 
Hi; < 'andler, 
Buile < andler, 
Florrie Cook, 
ie Cock, 
Jennie Cooper, 
Katie Cooper, 

Julia ( 'o\ Ington, 
Willi Bdwarde, 
Katie Bargia, 
Augusta Harwell, 



Mi- Carobel Heidt. 



PIANO. 



Mi- 



Louvicie Heard, 
" Carobel Heidt, 

Jamie Heidt, 
" Jobnie Heidt, 

Minnie Hill, 

I.ily Howard, 
" Nrlia Jon 

Tennie .lone-, 
" Daiijr Knight, 

" Bessie I.awton. 
• Fannie McAfee. 
" Alice Met rary. 
" Blanche McFariin, 

Kattd McFariin, 
" Mary Marah, 

ORGAN. 
Miss Minnie Heidi. 



Mi- Willie Miller 
" Itura Moreland, 

Maggie Moore, 

Ida Palmer, 

Carrie Parks, 
" Qenie Poor, 
" Georgia Pope, 

" Helen Reed, 

" Flla Saul, 
" Jennie simms, 
" Motile Btipe, 
" Effle Lee Thompson, 

May Fannie Tomer, 
•' Ruby Ware. 



Min Coidie Jaudon. 



Mis 



VIOLIN. 
Bertha Walker. 



Mi* 



Mary Broome, 
May < 'andler, 
Busie ( 'acdler, 

Florrie Cook, 
Katie < kx>per, 
Julie < o\ ington, 
Wili.-t Edwards, 
Katie Hargis, 



GUITAR. 

Mi>^ LUarette Young. 

.FECIAL VOCAL PUPILS. 

Mi" I.ouvicie He;, nl. Mil 

■• Carobel Heidt, 

" Jamie Heidt, 

•■ Johnie Heidt, 

" l.ily Howard, 

•■ Goldie Jaudon, 

•• Nelia Joni " 

'• l>e--ie I.awton. 



Alice McCrary, 

Willie Miller,' 

Georgia Pope, 

Helen Peed. 

Ftlie LeeThompaoB, 
Bertha Walker, 

Lilarette Young, 



friQht-j&cading and d'hovus §>iihumv 



ADVANCED PUPILS. 



Mi— Juli< tie Akers, 

Beulah Arnold, 

" Pauline Arnold, 

" Helen Baldwin, 

'• Carrie Ballard, 



Mies 



Daisy Knight, 
Ida Lowrey, 
Bailie Lowrey, 
Pannii McAfee, 
Lizzie McFariin, 



Miss Genie Poer, 

" Etta Saul, 

" Jennie Siimn-, 

•• Mollie Stipe, 

" Mav Fannie Turner, 



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' OR 1 VOK FEMALE COLLEGE. 



Mm Alice Boykin, 
" Annie Bradlej . 
•• Minnie Hill. ' 
" Bessie Jackson, 



Mi>< Scottie Abraham 
Warren Akera, 
•• Miitiie Bradfleli 
" Mamie Bradley, 
" Annie ( lole, 
" Maggie Cook, 
" Jennie Cuuper. 

Douglas Cooper, 
" Carrie I.ee Cox, 
" Annie !>i\. 
Henry QlaotOD, 
Earnest Haralson, 



Miss Maud McFarlin, 
[turn Morrland, 
[da Palmer, 
•• Carrie Parka, 

PRIMARY PUPILS. 

Henry Jackaon, 
1 lu_'U Jackaon, 
1, Mi— Lily Jackaon, 
Sam Jom i, 
Tennie Jones, 

Willie .Lines, 

Blanche McFarlin, 
Janie Lou McFarlin, 
Mary Marsh, 

Ella Lou Martin, 
Maggie Moore, 
Fuller Longlcy, 



Mist Addie Wadsworlli 
•• Janie WadsworuY 

" Irene Ward, 
" I. ul, i Zimmer. 



Miss Buns Pope, 
( Hin Pope, 

" .1 iiimi "n - Sh 

Kuril. u Wadsworft 

I'ne Ward, 
" Minnie \\ lUinghaa 
" Bessie Wilkes, 

Mai W liilliel.l, 

Charlie White, 
Pearl Whin, 
Tillie Zimmer. 



JVvt Mtxpile, 



Miss Susie < landler, 
John Heidi, 



Miss Julia Covington, 



OIL PAINTING. 

Miss Aliee McCrary, 
Lizzie McFarlin, 
•• Bessie Lawton, 

DRAWING. 

Jamie Heidt, 
Miss < 'arobel Heidt. 



Miss Helen Reed, 
" Etta Waul. 



Miss Mary Marafa 



Miss Carrie Ballard, 
May Candler, 
Sa-ie Candler, 
Julia Corington, 
Willu Edwards, 



ADVANCED FRENCH CLASS. 

Miss Bessie Lswtoa, 

•' Alice Mi Ciin . 

" Ida Palmer, 

" Effic Thompson, 



Miss Katie Hargis, 

Vieie Heard, 

" Carohel Heidi, 
•• Lily Howard, 
" Neliii Jones, 



INTERMEDIATE FRENCH CLASS. 



Miss Mary Broome, 
" Florrie Cook, 
" Katie Cooper, 



Master John Heidt, 
Miss Daisy Knight, 

" Laura Knight, 

" Augusta Harwel 



Mis* Love Moreiand, 
" Georgia Pope, 
" Helen Reed. 



ORAL FRENCH CLASS. 
SUB-FRESHMAN CLASS AND PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



(Course of Stttdg. 



The emnplotlon of the rtudlea in the Sub-Freahmaa Claai la BccaHairto 

,M!,rin- the Kreahmnn I lam A pupil deairing to i liter an advanced t'ollew 
eh** muni -urn. I m> approved examination in the Btudicx or tlie nrecedine 

PRIMARY CLASS, 

Orthography Bwinton'* Wonl Primer I I listen 

Ke».li"- Kecood Oral French. 

Arlihraciic mi Huford'a i Penmanship , nneanimliii ■— — 

ft) mill, nap drawing) .. Corneir. I Object I-!..,,,. In all branched 

81 I'.- 1 lll>ilMAN CLASS— TWO Vi;.\K.- - COIK.SK. 
I I US I Yl-.Alt. 

iphy (with written ex. n - i 

Arithmetic (through ft 
BMpaphy Swh 

Grammar Fir-t Leasoni | 

"M' VKAI1. 

Arithmetic (completed) RoMason 

iphj irompletcd) Hatper 

i it.-iiiiiii.-ir 'completed) 

■ nf tin I nlt< d - Deny 

lli.iuriuil Parti, of the Bible. 



I nlversal Hi-tory. 
oral French. 

- la raadiag, writing: aad 
composition. 



Krrn.-t, i Primer Ahn- 

Latin, begun.... Ilarkne**' [ntrodsctory iHM.k 
Especial attention to reading, penmannhlp, 
composition ami orthography. 



FRESHMAN CLASS. 



iphy 

i- in Composition , . . Qnackenboi 

Robinson 

Irammar and Reader Hsrlrnoss 

Harkoeaa 

fnav b (optional) Buffet 



liooaehold Economy 

History of England Anderson 

Bible History. 

Reading, writing, penmanship aad original 
composition. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 



asetorlc Qoackenbn 

Al.-l.ra completed Ro 

etry . (iinin.-ii.-ed Robinaon 

I Irammar 

Latin Prose Composition Barknem 

Vinril. Cicero, 
optionali. 



Mythole 

Fr, ni I, optional, BiitT.-i 

Physlologv ontter 

Natural Philosophy 

Outline* of History Swlnton 

Bible with ({nestiana. 

Spelling, penmanahlp, cotnpoattioa, tlocntton 



■II NIOR CLASS. 



Moral Philosophy I 

Natural Philosophy completed w.ii- 

Btoaietrj completed Rob 

Trisoiiometry and Conic Sections 

Utin Grammar 

Lathi Prose . 'ompoettJon Barknaai 

■sra ce . Llvy. 

Ur.-.-k (optional), 

french .optional) Telemaqo* 



English Literature collier 

1 'In -niirtry Toomana 

Qennaa Prlncipm. i'art l 

Bible, with Questions. 

;,r.-. with Lectures, 
Blocu 

Penmanahlp, Qoeutkmary Handings Spelling 
and Composition. 



SENIOR CLASS. 



Analytical Geometry 

nnronoiny " 

(toman (optional) selection* from baal Gee 
man writers, ana < lemutn composition. 

Botany 

Dana 

(optional), LangueUier el Monsanto. 

Mm.-. .I.- Kevlgne 

Paydcal »;. ography Maurv 



l.ntin criticism, with lectures. 

M.-ntal Physiology Haven 

Logic True 

Evidence* of Christianity Alexander 

Elocution 

Shakespeare, with leetnfa*. 

Chemiitry, completed Youman 

Penmanship, Composition, Spelling. 
Qrammar, Geography, Aritlimetie. rethmad. 



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VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. 

The Instruction in this department aimi at the highest style of culture, h 
rlaaalral miisirt The rule is to admit no models ol doubtful merit forth] 
piano-forte, the works of Bach, Handel, Scarlatti, Haydn, Clcmentl, Moan, 
Cramer, Beethoven, Moscheles, Weber, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Bchumsse, 
iind Liszt form the foundation ; and for the organ, those of Bach, liink. [lean, 
and Bitter. In singing, the methods, vocalises, solfeggi, etc, of Garth 
\ kccaj, Oonoone, Bardogni, and Marches!, together with :ntu- from the b*j 
Italian and French operas, and songs by Bchubert, Bchumann, Mendelssohn, 
It. Pranz, and other good composers, are used, 

Our object ii to give complete courses of musical education, in single] 
pUno-forte and organ playing, to those who hare the requisite gifts andaa 
prepared i<> submll to the accessary discipline. 

The branohes taughl arc the following : 

1. Tmkoky ok Mi -sn -embracing harmony, or thorough bass (obligator) 
for all organ students), canon nod fugue; forms of composition and instsj 

mentation. 
8, Bworao—embiecmg elementary classes for sight-reading, chorus das**, 

and solo-singing. 

8. Piaho-fobt» PLATDte— embracing elementary and technical <\*rciaet. 
easemble-piaymg (duos, trios, quartettes), and training in artistic performers^ 
us respects style, Bxprossion, artistic conception, etc, 

L Onean PLAYnra with ipecisl reference to the ass of the Instruments' 
church services, ami i competent knowledge of its constrat ■■ 

5. Hnrrosr or Mumc. Mi-k-w. jEsthbtics Acoosnos, 

The instruction is given partly in lectures, partly to classes, and partly in 
individual lessons. Lessons on the piano-f orte or the organ will be gives* 
single persons; thou in -"1" singing, to one alone or to t\\o or more simulu 
neously ; those in chorus singing and in harmony or composition, to cht 

There will be periodical examinations of every student; and her sdvam 

ment Will Ik' determined by her proticiemy, as thus tested. 

For each student a course of instruction will he marked out by the Director, 

adapted to her specta! purpose. Applicants for instruction in singing shod) 
possess a good voice, a healthy constitution, and an a c qu ai n tan c e with ti 
rudiments of music: applicants for instruction on the organ ihould hai 

previous knowledge of piano forte playing. 
The time required by each student to complete a full course in any brass) 

of music, and to obtain a diploma, will he determined by her previous attain- 
ments, and by the rata of her progress as dependent on her talent and her in- 
dustry. 

ART DEPARTMENT. 

This department v directed by an accomplished artist, who has devoted 
years to the study of ar' in its various branches and who seeks to cultivate in 

the pupil a lo\e of the study as well as to impart technical knowledge 

The course embraces drawing and painting. In drawing, free hand exer- 
cises, object drawing, sketching from nature, and the study of nguresfj 

taught In paintinir. the several branches of oil and water-colors, and al*> 



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d.iim decoration are Included, The Art Rail i- large, well lighted, ami ail 
ni jr:ililv adapted i" it- u-«-s. 

OPTIONAL STUDIES. 

allopti tl studies, audi m mode, roeaJ and laatrumental; drawlne 

painting, and French, Oerman ami Greek, are laugh) m h to Inter* 

.- possible with the regular atudka of the pupils Ho pupil having com 
ni'Ti< -i-il an optional trod) ran diaoontinue ii without the itrmlarion <if the 
faculty, given at the requeel of the parent ot guardian. Tims,. puplli *ho 
t.ik<- the regular eourae in French art- not required to study Latin in order to 
graduate bui thoae who decline to take either Latin nr Preach, may. broom 
plating tiii !"'] Engliah eourae, receive a diploma ai graduate in whmce. 

SPECIAL STUDIES. 

Pupils coming to ua nol fully prepared fur the regnlar oouraa, ami who da 

.in in graduate, may puma mch ipecla] -tudics as will fit them for thi- 

foung ladies not desiring to graduate, bui wishing to enjoj the advantages 
rfthe Music ami An Department, or to complete rpecial studies, may be re 
dlred, and mi finishing auch itudiei will be entitled to a certificate of pro 
Idency. Such pupils boarding in flic college must be subject to all the ragu- 
Uiimi- affecting boarding pupiU. 

foong ladiea who have graduated at thia college, or institutions of similar 

may inter a- poet graduatee, ami after completing an advanced eourae 

oftwo or more years, may. upon satisfactory examination, receive the degree 

A M. 

DEGREES. 

Toung ladles baring completed the regular eourae, and irtanding approved 

BDUnlnationa, will be entitled to a diploma with the degree of A. 1!. 

Those completing the ecientifli conrae in like manner will Iw entitled to a 
diploma with the degree of B. B. Those eompleting the post graduate oourae 
will receive the degree of A. M. 

ALUMNjE. 

The Alumne of the College hold an annual meeting to revive the eaanrln 

t the peat and contribute, a- far a- poaaible, to the prospe rit y of the 

Alma Mater. 

TERMS AND VACATION. 

The collegiate year is one continuoue session, divided into two terms. The 
Full Term begins on the sec mid Wednesday in September and closes the last 
a* January. The Spring Terra begins the Brat of February and closes the 
Keond Wednesday in June, which is Commencement Day. 
The annual vacation extends from Commencement Day to the second Wed- 
in September. 

CLASS DISTINCTIONS. 

Four honor-, designated First, Second, Third, and Fourth Honor, shall be 
Referred on the four falgheat of the graduate- in the degree of A. B.,in the 
onler of their final Standing. The youni: lady reeeivim: the First Honor shall 
■liver the Valedictory addresses. The one receiving the Second Honor shall 



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deliver tlit- Salutatory addresses, Tha "in receiving the Third Bonor iM 

read a Philosophical sassy. The ""'• receiving tin- Fourth Honor ihall ratif 

Scientific essay. 
In the Junior class, twelve young ladle* having the highest clam atandlga 

may be appointed to read original compoaitiona during the commenceaai 

ezeroiaaa. To oontend fur thii diatinction a young lady tnual have received s, 

i, aat live monthly reporti of In r claai itandlng, 

In the Bopbomon class a- many a- twelve young ladies may be tela 

read extraota during the < nenoemenl exercises. Theae appointments aj 

nude tolaty on the ground of superior excellence in elocutionary resdlat 
good deportment, ami attenttoa to duty. 

Theae distinctions an awarded m i sording i" the relative itanding of pgjSj 
for the time they aw together In the name claae; bul in every ease they ausj 
begin the year together, complete every study ami pa— all the required exanj 
nations. 

Proper consideration la given, where time, labor, and expense are requite] 
for extra itudlea. 

All dues must he settled he!,, re any distinctions, award- or diplon 
conferred. 



iUerials. 



THE DR. WILLIAM E. MURPHY PRIZE MEDALS. 

Dr. William K. If urpby, of L&Qrenge, 8a., a Trustee < >f the College, h« 
endowed two prise medals, first and second, to he awarded annually t» tl* 

two young ladies of the Sophomore class adjudged to 1h- most excellent in elo- 
cution. These medals are awarded with a suitahle address, 

THE "GEORGE M. NOLAN PRIZE MEDAL." 
Hon. George M. Nolan, of McDonOUgh, Qa., has endowed a iirizc m, 

the best esaay written by any member of the Junior claaa, 

THE "MAYER BROS. PRIZE MEDAL." 
.Messrs. Mayer Bros., merchants of LaGrange, Qa., have endowed a prat 

medal for excellence in VOCal mu-ie. 

THE "MUSIC FACULTY PRIZE MEDALS." 

The Faculty of the Mu-ie Department have endowed prize medals fur in 
provement in vocal moaic. Also for excellence In Instrumental music ml 
improvement in Instrumental music. 

ART PRIZE MEDAL. 

The Principal of the Art Department off era a prize medal for excellence! 

Art. 



UORANOM WBMALM COLLMOM. 1: 

THK "MARTHA BELL CANDLER" SCHOLARSHIP MEDAL 

Mr< l..rh i IMI(,,„ fl ,, r . n , iri/1 . aWhlp ,„,,,*,. „, ,, awarded ,,. '. 
^J*^*^ My of the So,,h,.nu,r,-. Junior ,„,,! ^-nior ,. t u^-. w , 

H Bw Wgbrt pnmi average i„ all departments t „ tll , ^ '" sstH ' wh " 

FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP MEDAL. 

Ae J^Jy<>«Jr a prte HfeoknUp m,,lul ... the yoaa« My of the f.,-,, 

mm -hlreshniai, eta-fwho has the highest ,e ,,„,,, ^ ,, 2 , 
aytmenta for the year. 

FRENCH MEDAL. 
Ike Meter of Fr-nd, often ■ mU for th, be* pronunciation of FrenH,. 

PRIZES IN THE PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 
The Principal of the Primary Department offers two prim. 



Distinctions (Conferred in 1882. 



Valedictory addnaaaa, First Honor, Mi<s MoBk ft Stipe, Rockmart, Oa 

Pint Honor, Mi>» Ma Palmer, Atlanta, Oa. 

Mutator; i rirlr — ea , Becood Honor, Miss Lily Howard, Palmetto, Oa 

Km Faculty Medal for Scholarship i„ three highest classes, Mis.. Caml.el 
Heidt. LaGnnge, Oa. 

Second Faculty Medal for S, h ':.,slup in lower classes, Miss Ma-gie Cook, 
(•Grange, <ia. 

Oeo. N. Nolan Medal for l)C8t essay in the Junior Class, Miss Carrie I). 
Ballard, of Scnoia, Ga. 
Hi Wm. ft Murphcy Medal, for c.ucllenec in Elocution— first prize, Mha 

Sims, Atlanta; second prize. Miss Etta Saul. Atlanta. 
Mayer Bros. Medal for excellence in Vocal Music, Miss Carols] Ileidt. |. M 
Ga. 

Family Prize Medal, for improvement in Vocal Music, Miss Katie 

Cooper, LaGrange, Ga 

Italic Faculty Medal for excellence in Instrumental Music, Miss May Cand- 

k Geneva, Oa For improvement in Instrumental Music, Miss Bffie Lee 

Tbompson, Newnan. 

The French Medal for l>est prominciation, Miss Daisy Knight, Greenville. 

The first and second prizes for penmanship in the Primary Department were 
mrdeil respectively to Miss Lily Jackson, LaGrange, and Miss Mamie Brad- 
rj, Atlanta, Ga. 

The prize for spelling to Miss Baejfa Wilkes, of Nashville, Tenn. 



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1'cvms. 



Hoard. Including liulits and furl per MhoiMtiC J W |1H | 

Washing 1: ' "• 

Litem? Tuition, ( Sollegtate Di partmenl B| 

Literary Tuition, Boblreehman claai 

Litem? Tuition, Proparatory Department 

Literary Tuition. Primary Departmenl Ml 

Katie Tuition, «n Piano 

Music Tuition, on Organ 

Voice cultuiv 

oil Painting or PMtri 

Painting on China 

, 10 m 

llxw " rk »• 

Drawing , 

Embroidery and Needle work, per annum 

Dm of Ptano or Organ foi practice Vi <» 

Incidental (ee ; 

IV,,.. ink, chalk, paper for written examination 

Diploma at graduation 

No nctra charge for French, class ringing, or cnliethenka. 

Two hundred ami sixty ris dolkn will m-- the i ipcnae. of noard, Wm 
7 mg, UfWe, rum, Utemy, Pr-cn mi Musi.- Tuition w.th use of p.ano.m 
in. Mentals for the scholastic year. 

STIPULATIONS. 
All the above charges for hoard and tuition arc required to be paid, or*t» 
factorily secured, one-half in ieptembet and balance ,n February. 

Ncw'pupiN are charged from .!„• beginning of the month in , whichft, 
„„;,.,. ,.,,',„ for board, when the entrance is after the middle of the mo* 

STLo^fli, admitted foratomtim. than to the end of the ton. 

Former pupils, returning after the tennis opened, arc charged tmuon k 
the whole term, if carried on with the same class. 

No refunding of money paid for board, unless the abmnce of the pupt! «■ 
cce^c^e.nontl^n.nefortuition, unbss actual mriOU. lllnee. demand 

removal of the pupil. 
No charge for tuition is made against the daughters of clergymen ««** 

/ tU ministry. . 

It wffl be seen from the above that we furnish a thorough and c-omplrtK* 
le da7eedcca,ion a, r.,es lower than usual in institutes of he e**J* 
Our facilities for teaching have been, and are being. Increased Our h* 
1" highly educated and experienced teachers and *»;•«•-«£ 
a tentton to the ornamental branches, we have spec.al regard for the J- 
SSup of our pupils and -heir training for the practical dot*, of » 



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CicncnU information. 



LOCATION. 



ftrough thel, „,„,,,,. ,, r ,, N in ( .^ lllWlill , fM ■ 

pad*. LaOraiige has bag been tamed ai . chief center of ,,|„, 



ion. 



SITUATION. 



rtecoH^eoocuplei . mo* wgDMoenl rite, in full rln of mastic l an ,| 

■"•£- ^ Beara. pt of the Peabody JW, J , 

k», , hat he had tovetod exteamvel, in Rurope ,,„,, ,„„,,,,, vi . itilllt ^JJh 
»d College*, hut hud ,,,.v,. r seen on, to equal this for bean* and adulation 

THE BUILDINGS. 

Hfce principal buildings an the College and the OoOcm How 

The <^hri«taill Of brick and MOM and , overed with tin, n.akin, i, „„.. 
£ . ' ." '"' X '- ' f ';'' '"" **" M* « » tow«d front. The n,s, tloor 
MMdtM. |,y wide hulls, crossing each other a. the ,,„„,, UlmM affording 
perfec ventilation I pon it there arc „,, rooms, devoted to recitation" 
liontory, mueeom and office* 

On the second tloor is the Chapel and a complete arrangement of Music \r, 
skiKv and Library room, admirably adapted to their aaM and convenient' 
■ toe ( bapel. 

THE COLLEGE CHAPEL. 

The Chap, I is 80x100 leet, with a Capacity for l,fl persons. It is beauti 

h.ed by large windows, and has four entrances. 1, ha- !„,.,, ,,„,. 
I l.y distinguished rUtetl to be the finest audience room in the south. 

THE COLLEGE HOME. 

The Home is conveniently near fa) the Colle-e. It is two stories high, built 
(hick with tin roof, and contains sixteen rooms, IS feet square. Cross halls 

hide both tloors. Kadi room has two or i * large windows, two doors ami 

i transom over each door. The thickness of the walls of the building is a 
paction against the extreme* of heat aad cold, and young ladies find their 
orafortable in every season. In view of the increasing patronage the 
-Wltces have resolved to enlarge the boarding department. 

THE GROUNDS 

ta seven acres in extent, and beautiful by nature, arc diversified with ter- 
med groves and gardens. The young ladies find in their shady walks, and 
■let retreats, healthful outdoor exercise and pleasant retirement. 



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HEALTH AND PHYSICAL TRAINING. 
I„„,, private household is there employed | doner or mora intellig, 
pervtttoo am Oh Inmatei than \t ban exerdaed oro Hie health '.I Uu 
tag pnptli The ilighteel allmenta arc promptly treated. In eerioui can, 
the beal medh al edvtoa li tecurad and eompeteri mwaw provided. ( 
,■/„ phmteion «wd «/«*•«*•*■ <fpr«lfa re* »« «*- ;«"•"■'■ «»d, wl.rrein* 
known to the Prntident, li acrupulouelj ■'-i" , "' ! A " the «-"»ditnmi «| 
proper sanitation are carefully obeerved. Day pupil- are not pennitte 
dom their health Little children are provided with play room within do* 
durina the Inctemenl wtntar weather The regular drill In Caliathenlc. » ift 
dumhbelle, wandi and rtngn, ; "" 1 ta free aymnaetica, aide In promoting «* 
Mtntriatag ioniid health, mimnto* fevetoptnenl and graceful carriage. 

STUDIES OF BOARDERS. 

Hoarding pupils study In the aftern and two hoars after tea and 

rare of a (eacher No deeultory or aimleM itudy is allowed. The prorata 
redly dwftto the adiantagea which boarding puplli poa.ee, over the* * 
« not inmates of the bonae. Under men Judicial regimen pn, 

habits of earnest and Intelhgnnl application, and, ai a rate, our boar,!™** 

amongst the foremost of the school. 

APPARATUS. 

The College ha, bua> feocn.ly ■onpltod wWl a now and complet. 
sophieal apparatus, manufactured bj Ittt ****** bona. Of Rhchi. A hi 

1> "" iton MUSEUM. 

The museum ha. bn« n , cntly enlarged hy a .oil,, .ion of rare mineral, ol. 
, m „«l from the Qedogtad department of the State of Georgia, Additk-J 
contributions from friends are earned* eoUdted, and will be duly. 
knowledged. lit£rary SOC i ETY and LIBRARY. 

The Iranian Socictv is accomplishing much In the College. CnalJfM 
societies ex* in insitutionsof thii aha. loencomuge rivalry, but unfortaatj 

rWal y, partieuiarly unong glrk, ota generate, WtUrae*, win, 
to avoid by having hut on* The S,ie,y tneets Friday afternoon, a*d M 
rises consist of readings, narratives, recitation., eaaaye, etc., in alnd... 

^eSS SA young ft*, of the S,,,,y have -£%£ 
and library room. The hall is in the college building, 20x34 feet, lilra? 
; ,n H '0 fee. The* room, fntnlah a perfeel outfli for all the pu 

So ie v It- earnotlv hoped that all the friend, of the Society wffl» 

young ladies to read, are as valuable as new ones. 
1RENIAN CASKET. 
The members of the Irenian Society publiah the Caeket TO. ^t*JJ 
has been ««* admired by the subscribers and Complimented h -> 

is strictly an original paper: very few extracts Bnd a place In Ita *a» 



UORANOK /•/■; 1/ .)/./; OOLLEOM. 



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Ti„. young ladioi have ben largely hanattod by tka paper, n grvai n„n, ., 
hwwkxlgeof journalism not to be obtaJned in any other w%j. They m 
s „ x i„ii- to continue the publication, if the lubecription lie! will even pay for 
^printing. The lubecription price i- only fifty centi pet scholastic yea* 
fhe first number of the next volume win be lamed October, (889, and clcee 
rithJune, 1883. Bnbacriptioiu may be tent to Rev. P. A. Heard, LaGrange 
,; :1 All the profits are devoted to the lociety library. It i- hoped that the 
piKription list will be largely tn crcaao d and many valuable books may (hereby 
[»■ tddcd to the collection, 

MORAL AND RELIGIOUS ADVANTAGES. 
ffe seek to give the moat constant attantion to (ha moral and reUgfom train- 
hj of our pupils. Religious services are held morning and evening. Pupils 
(toad such churches and achoola in the <ify on Babbatb morning as their 
MBta may deeigaate Social reUgioui meetingiare held daring the week. 
Bible lessons arc part of the curriculum. Sectarianism la eschewed, but ii hi 
.Kir aim to commend (be Christiaa teligiou by precept and example. 

SOCIAL PRIVILEGES. 

I'ndcr proper restriction, boarding pupils are allowed to receive lady visitors 
k«B the City, and near male relatives, provided tliey call at such hours as do 
■jteonflict with College duties. 

Thej may al— occasional]] v i - i t Meadl in the city, when parents make 

jyseial application* In writing to tha Preeideat, fmfaalnnal auaioal aofaeea, 
|ad entertainments by the Literary Society, to which select panic- are invited, 
sfTi.nl as many social advantage-, oBtalda of the College family, as are proflta 
Bj to young ladies si ichool. 
Rea-iving cmt making vhdUon the Sabbath day cannot ha allowed; aaapt tn 

cam*, and the viaita must then be hrief. 

THE GOVERNMENT 

Iimild hut firm. The pupil is taught to respect herself, and to maintain her 
»lfn.'-pec ■!. and the respect "I those around her. by obasrvblg the propri. 

tf life in all her conduct, and in her intercourse with her fellow-pupils aad 
Eptructora. The effect is first to establish good principles, and then govern 
kerti\ teaching her to govern bcrself in aocordaace with those priaciplea But h 

metprit <>> earja i-> thus secured n- render- rigid discipline rarely necessary. 

NEATNESS— ORDER— DRESS. 

Every effort is made to lecttre the Utmost neatness and order on the part of 
the young ladies, In the arrangement and can of their rooms, clothing and 
■hSBB, 

The Matron Inspects tha rooms of boarding pupils daily, and notes all in- 
ances of disorder, negligence or untidiness. 

while no uniform drees la prescribed, every effort is made to secure such 
fkinness and simplicity in the style of dressing as is consistent with sound 
etraomy and good taste. 



I/iORANGK FKMALR COI t.KOR. 



DOMESTIC ARRANGEMENTS. 






Hie iMpiag apartments of the College are sccommodated each to four in. 

mat' -. The heavy articles of I uinilurr. mi, I, U Beds t ead*, WashstSSnj 

Tables, Wardrobe* and Chain, are furni-lud by the College. The bosrdi 
are expected to furnish theti own outfit for the room. Bach one etas] 
furnish one pair of Sheets, one pair of Blankets or Comforts, one CoTerkl i 
Spread, one pair of PUkm can i, one doeen Towela Baa* pupOAouidk ,„,, 
pUedJttkapatrifnMtr$,a *aUr-pro*f, arntan aasSrsfle. 

ling ladies boarding in the 1 n-t itul j..n IN not allowed to open ai.nmit. j; 

stores, or contract any .lil-t-. All MOaMMJ shopping ll atttntli.l to for lli-m 

either by some <>f the ofaeers or their ladies Ro request from parents t 
allow their daughter! to do shopping for themselves. Of liny OM else, will >, 

complied with. 
All pnraham are made for earn, which must, for this purpose, be di 

with some member of tin Faculty. 
Boardanare not allowed to keep money In their own room sweat attk* 

own ri*k. 

r„„i,ts and guardian* en resumes! to witMM from Heir datightmmi 

wards (hi ''''""• 

[tii jah en areaf* dfaBW«W< tOramganet M Arm. School <//vw* riwaj 

|« ,,/.,/„ and "/•'/'''• •'" ' '" '"* /r ' """''"'"''' * ""' '"'" / " / - 
Drmmdumld,Mfara$pim ftathtmt. Ztoawa* 'o„, , /»<(«*» 

„. r eshwresd ,7 ■,„././» lam 

The offlcen th.ir families, and the boarding pupils, an partaki at the an 
table and coimtttumow large family, iii which the «p*nrh»oa and ened 

the oro.ils devolve upon the President, seriated by tie SSSOClatC* The ha 

moaioui and kindly feelmg thus generated obrtatm the necessity of st 
ivcly rigorous dlaslpHaa. Oonndeaee between papfli and oflcen is mnw 

ami secured. 

FOR PATRONS. 
Wh.mevvr a pupil is entered in rolh-e. the Faculty consider that an 
contract is made between themsetei and the patron, by which the latter ■>. 

„„„.,, h , lUml ,„,,„„„„,, the pupil in CollrL-e until the close of tl C term. . 
the Faculty are hound to instruct her for that time. Those who take saj 
their daughters for a raw days, without weighty reasons for such sbsencsj 
only impair the scholarship of their daughters, hut Impose unnecesssi 

upon the Faculty, tad introduce a restless,,,- la the minds of all, very una 

voralilc to study. . , .. 

Parents who, for any cause, desire their daughters to con,,, home, short 
first, o.nmunica., with the President on the subject, and specific mstru.l»e 
M to ,he time and Manner of 1, aving, should, in every case, be -,,,,.,, Mm. 

A report of each pupil's standing in her studies, attendance, and,l,i>oruaS 
in every respect. Is mat to her parent ,.r guardian a. the end of every mon4 
All are required to pass approved examinations in the studies which theyt* 

SU , These examinations are c hated in writing, and under such «»■ 

ii„„s as to afford a. jus. criterion of the scholarship of each jmpil BaM 
the examination ,,a,H..rs thus produced is graded ac.ord.ng to its cxcclle. 



ImGRANGR /■•/■: )l alb colli or 



•:; 



■id from the avenge of this trademark, and Umm ef the monthly mwrti 

j! " ,v ' '•''• «'»•.'"'"' landing mark .,f the pupil in each rtudj I. obtained 

u •"""''I'-'-'i"" can be made to pan,,!, tending their daughter* men 

■table* a-fruiu, the practia of lending them bow. of rkXand grrn t ti 

■•>■■), as matte, eah i, He., it meet decidedly reprehended. The fare of H„ 
Doiiege table la certainly ai generooi m ihould be allowi ,1 to itadenta. 



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fecial Utiles for foarding gnpttc, 

i. REQUIREMENTS. 

1. Prompt obedience to the retiring, rising; prayer, and lehool bells. 

2. Prompt and punctual attendance at meal*, 

a. Orderly arrangemeai of mom baton tearing in the morning. 

I. Btrict obeerranca of study and real hours. 

5. Quiet and i rderiy observance of the Babbath, 

ii. Inatant compliance with the directiona of the offlcenof the OoHe 

:. ObedJeoca tooommanda of Lad; Principal in r eference to dnai and 

racreationa. 
g, At tend a n ce and propriety at Sabbath icbool and church, 
a. Prompt report of ricfcneei to the proper officers. 
Out door enrobe onder direction of the officers when the weather ai 

lows. 

It. PROHIBITIONS. 

!. absence from any duty or angaglllliaill without permission. 

•j. Leering the College ground* without permiaaion, or withonl aaoefi 

:}. Assembling or walking about the doors, in ball*, or paampa at any 

time. 
■t. Rending or reoeiriag anything by or from day pupils. 
.">. Defacing in any way the walls or furniture of any building on the 

premises, or injuring grass, trees or shrubbery in the yard. 
1 BoiatentU noise of any kind in the College building*, 
T. Throwing anything, or conversing, from the windows. 

\ Communication* of any kind from young gentlemen. 

I. Borrowing clothing, book*, jewelry, or anything from other pupil*. 

in i.> aring any clam without consent of parent and Principal 

11. Leaving pianos open after practice, or visiting music room. 

12. Meeting visitor*, except in the reception-room, 
it, Spending the night out of the College. 

14. Leaving books, music, ihawte, or any other articles out of place. 

15. Exchanging rooms without permiiakm, 



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1 1 /..- ft l NO E FB MM. S VOL / /•.'.' B 

(Calendar for 1882. 



May U i" .1 tin*- 9, Aniuiiil Written Bxamlnatione, 

.lime iii. !i \. u .. Heating Board Walton. 

.luni' in, ',i \. m., Heating Board Tru rt eei 

Sunday. June 11. Banna by Bar. w. n. Potter, l>.I>. 

At 1 i\ a., Mtttinir of Cottage Htatioaarj Boctaty. 

Monday, Jane It, at i<» o'doei \. m , Bophonora Reading!, addreata 
Rev. .1. W Lea, A. M , tad delivery of nedata 

At s o'eweh ft a., Annual Exhibition «»r i in- Primary D ep a rtmen t 

Tuesday. June 18, at 9 BO \. a., Original eaaayi by the Junior dam %j 
dram and delivery of QaowM. HotaaPrtae Hedal for Ike beet eaaay, by (a* 
A. EL Colquitt. 

At i p. m., Annual Oatebtntioa of the Iranian Bodaty, 

At s r, m.. Qrand Ooaeeri 

Wednesday Joaa 14, •*• a. a., Graduating eiarrieaa, Original eaayibj 
the Beaior Ctaaa Baocalanreate addraaa, Com me ncement Oration liy It*v 
Horgan Callaway, D.D. 

At 8 i'. m., Bodal Reunion. 

Fall Term begins Wednesday. Bentember loth. 



Hoard of Visitors, 1882. 

NORTH GKOKGIA CMNKKIfKNCE. 

M\.i. W. A. TtitNKi!, Cnainaan. 

Col. T. If. Latham, Se cr e ta ry , 

Kkv. .1. W. Lam 

Bar. J, w. Robbbtb. 

Ret. J. 8. ijkvan. 



SSloman's JVUssicmavu Society. 



Tata Bodaty, wip**"' 1 of tne pupils of the LaOranga Female Cottage, sad 
ooadnctedexdnaiTely by them, la pardy voluntary, and i- auxiliary to ta 

North Oaorgta Conference Woman's Missionary Bodaty. Its Bpecial objaeti 
to assist in sustaining some female missionary Is heathen lands, and the tlilfu 
sion of knowledge on the subject of Christian missions. 

The following are the officers: 

President— Miss Lily Howard. 

Vice President— Miss Bertha Walker. 

Corresponding Secretary— Miss Ida Palm e r . 

Recording Secretary— Miss Alice Boykin. 

Treasurer— Miss Caroljel Heidt. 



UQRAN9R VBMALB C0LL9QM 



LaGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE HISTORY. 

We propose to gin tin mdm of on bright CmU i brief hi-ton- .f eaw 
colli-!."-, its wanti and prospect*. 

The LaGraoge Penile College, founded ir, in|, WM . in ha infamv aa 
Kademy of high grade, and its I* teacher of note was lt, v Thomm Stealer 
lnth.-y.,-.r 1840, Doder the prmsomwy of Mr. .1. T Itontgomery a charter 
an procured, and the academy became a collage After arreral rear, of 
Hprecedented prosperity-ofteo more than 300 girl- being In attendance-ttie 
rtok college property wai told to the Georgia Animal Oonfereoc* of the M 
I Church, South. The trustees ehnled i new earn of oompeteal teachers, 
pad, in September, 1857, the college began in distinctive won of Christian 
ahication under the presidency of Bar. W. 0. Conner, a member of the Cot 
bjeace. U enjoyad patronag e from all parti of thia and adjoining a^ >tM 

Under the presidency of Rev. W. A. Harris. D.D., in I8M, it took the lead 
rfchurch school* in tending out the tir.-i resideat graduate dam in the Booih 
a* which Mr.. Alios Culler Cobb, now i mccesaful teacher in the Wealeyaa 
•male College, was aa honorad member. Well established in a career of 
aJsrged and increasing usefulneaa, its work was arrested l, v a disastrous Arc 
•the 38th of March, 1840. The college property, constating of a magnifl 
ctnt building, an ample chemloal and philosophical apparatus, a complete 
ampmeni of costly musical instrument., large and well-selected llbratiai ew 

nwimed. But such a great work aa the higher education of woman was not 
to be hindered even by a calamity like this. The friend- of the College rallied 
fern willing heart- ami open peuma to rebuild, and toos the hammer of the 
carpenter was beard The completion of the work was prevented by the war 
through the energy and perseverance of Rev. Jas. R, May-son, late president 
the building was put in oMidition to be used In the midst of general deprea 
! businesa prostration resulting from the war, be succeeded in rataiag 
■4000 for the work, principally from the noble eiti/.ens of LaGrange. After 
jmral yean of prosperous labor, be resigned hi- position in order to return to 
k pastorate. The Trusteei then elected Rer. John W. Ileidt, D.I)., I'n-i 
dj-iit. In obedience to thia call, he left the largest pastoral charge In tin 
V.rtl, Georgia Conference. With an energy and devotion, born of Ugh 
purpose and strong conviction, be entered upon his duties. The educa 
tk»al facilities of the College am being multiplied, its curriculum advanced 
■alia patronage enlarged. It is still laboring under disadvantages. One 
i»rge room needs to be finished anil furnished: the laboratory, museum, are 
••completed, and the architectural ornamentation is to be done. We are 
Meeting libraries, and would most earnestly call the attention of our friends 
Mail need. With mam pressing wants supplied, the boarding department 
•Urged, and the attractive grounds lK-autiflcd. this College will be amply 
"quipped for its grand work. These facts make their own appeal to the 
Send- of Christian education throughout the world. This College belongs 



..,-, laGRANHK VKMA1 K COL I K<iK 






to Unchurch, and any tid afforded will 1h' tor the advancement of Uu 
of Christ Someofour lister colleges art the object of noble beu 
limn large hearted Christian patriots of various lectioni of the coustrj 
Would thai wrae George I. Beney could see our opportunity and our want. 
^nt his generous soul might be moved toward us, No College can be roasj 

more worthy. The climate of LaGraage Is healthy, free fr the i it 

m.! com! the air bracing, water pun' and abundant The College oosi 
pics a moil commanding site, surrounded by picturesque landscapes. All iu 
conditions as an educational center are equal, if not superior, to any in ti* 
South, and it cannol fail to return large dividends on judicious investments! 
the future.— Irtnian Qukit. 






REPORT OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES, 1882. 



We arc gratified to murk the permanent Improremements thai havi 
made during the last year in the facilities for Instruction in Uu College. Th. 
philosophical apparatus recently received will supply ■ long fell want in tin. 
institution. The mineralogies] specimens also, being a duplicate of tan 
displayed at the Atlanta Exposition, arc of peculiar value We have can 
fnUy investigated the condition of the College property, and are pli 
say that it Is In good preservation. Every evidence exists in the bulkhasj 
and throughout the grounds that careful attention has been paid todeanlnsj 

, in ,l tO all lh. precautions thai pertain to healthfulncs ami comfort. 

Kaeh department ol InstrnctioB, of science, of literature and of art, hss» 
ecived careful and thorough investigation, through our committees, and di 
personal attention of every member of the Board, and we heartily congn* 
late President Heidt, an. 1 .very member of Us aocompUshed Faculty, sndl 
patrons and friends of the Cottage oa the thorough excellence that prevslit 
We extend our congratuhrtlons to the pupils, too, because the good 
attained prove they have made good use of the privileges they have en 

The performance in iniwc which WBS exclusively by the pupils, onthegnsj 

organ and piano-, during the entire exercise., indicating careful instruction n»i 
thorough drill in time and technique by the talented teachers and the evident 
particular attention to scientific voice culture, (that most charming of all accom- 
plishments! 60 each and every pupil, deserves special mention. Also, the hiA 
order of excellence shown by the pupils in reading and elocution. We baaf 
no fulsome compliment, but it is due to the President and the Faculty th; 
we should sny the n mil of their MSOn enahlcs OS to confidently invite ink!!;- 
gent parents and guardians to compare not only our curriculum, which III 

high grade, but also the work Of our Faculty and -iiece-s of our pupils with 
that of any other similar institution of learning known to US. We feel W- 
ranted in saying to all. we are now prepared, in the LaOnnge FenutieCoDajj 
to extend to" their daughters most desirable privileges for perfecting thents*i 
in the higher grades of education. The moral discipline and religion- into 
ence in the College are enmmendable. A general revival of religion has * 



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<" rn ''■ ' "■ ,llllM - ""• 8 ' , ' r, - i ' 1< ' 1 ". «i"' njctehaj !«*«, to »y in his mti 

a, resulting College baa ben "the .,„■,,,„.,. „, every pupil fl , r <■,„,., 

Tl,r Wl "";/.' ' ' h L ' iv "" '" (i '"' ; ""< »• *»al i> s-rivin, for holim 

h.'.irt and life 

The Higjrestlons made by the Presided m to lbs emUtfaeaeni of ,i„. i,„ii,i 
n<l other Improvement command ow careful consideration and will 
pesive i. ur beartj co operation. 

B*ol»d, That the Secretarj furnish a copy oi .hi- rmtatka to John W 
Heidi. I> I) . Preaidenl of the College, with there*** that I,, eonununlcato' 
fce aame to the member, of the Pacohy, win, oar rfnotn approval and the 

<M ion of the respectful esteem we entertaio for aacfa and every on.- of 

them. 

The foregoing i- a true extract from tin- minutes of the Board of Trastea 
pfthe LeGrange Female College, LaOrange, Oa., June ifth, iss-.>_ 

A. K. (o\, Secretary. 



REPORT OF VISITING BOARD 1882. 



The committee appointed by the North Georgia ( onferenn to vi-it the La 
■range Female College, met m the office of the President on Saturday before 
commencement, and entered at once upon the work for which ii wu appoint 
«l The papera of five cham wen submitted to the committee, embracing 
the leading rl epa rtn enta of collegiate itody, from orthography to Latin. 

After patient and careful e\atnination of these papers, the answer- to the sev- 
eral question! propounded, the akgaaee ami taate implied in the oonstructioa 

„f their sentence-, it is the opinion of the eommittee that the,- Brian OOStci- 

,-ntiou- and Intelligent work on the part of teachers, ami commendable appli- 

cation on the part of students. The paper- we examined wan very fair indi 

.,s .,1 the amount of knowledge the various eh,sses had gettea from the ooune 
of study during the peat term. Proper answan to the qaeatioaaaaked involved 
« very thorough knowledge of the different hranehea of learning gone over. 
Thi ■•>' answers were generally correct 

We witnessed with great pleasure the general prosperity of the College. A 
|nd many repair! have bean made in the boarding department. The ground-. 
pnrlooking tin beautiful city of LaGnBge, have been greatly improved. 

An air of thrift, life and good cheer pervaded the entire Institution, Dr. 
llcidt ha- recently added greatly to the College by the purchase of new philo- 
nphicul apparatus, beside- a number of new piano- and a line organ. 

The Board of Trustees perhaps never had ao much bops fur the future of 

■ College as.it the present time. They are resolved on large measures and 

pad plans. Below we give preambls and resolutions adopted by the ijoard 
in 1H7M: 

"WuEBKAS, The sjiecial friends of the LaGrange Female Collage, lo whom 
sk looked for patronage, a- also the people of the South generally, are largely 
impoverished hy the results of the late war as well »s the unfortunate issues 
■OS; and, 



TaQRANQR fkmalk collkuk. 



ffmniift f, Our people cmnaol uniformly, bec ane e of thi ir preaenl RirroBBj 

inu r s, educate their diiiiuhlers, Living M they < 1 < » . remote from Kbooll; iniic), 

li ■ bh tl" y give iiirin that liberal education m in former yean of affluence, 
which education can almoal i1om l"' had at ooi CoUegea, flow . therefore, a 
iiiil hs fur us we aaa tent] etruggUng father tad Botfcet in the Bute to educat 

- liberally educate—their daughter-, 

111 Bmthtd, By the Board of Trueteee of the LeGraage Female Collegt i n 

annual meeting assembled, thai we will 00 everything in our power to provii. 
facilities beyond those already provided bj our cxten-ive buildim.'-. to edtttaj 
the daughters of the land. 
Id, Bwieaf, Thai knowing the inability of our people generally to educe*, 

their daughters beyond the primary ichool, We pTOpoN to raise for the J,, 

> Orange Female College an endowment fund of one hundred thouaand dollars. 

the interest of which alone -hall be Oaed in boarding and cducatii, 
ladies, whose mean- or WfaoM parents cannot educate them. 

lid. flmnfrfrf. Thai we hereby pledge, win never the -aid HUB of one baa 
drad thousiind dollars is raised, and tin interest thereof made available togjj 
Hoard of Trust, to board and educate in all the regular department- of the 
OoUege annually, free of charge to them, thirty or more young ladic-, -e| t ,i„! 
in such way and from such district- M may be deemed DtOBt promotive tOthl 
great work intended," 

From this it will be -ecu that the Hoard of Trustees is seeking an cmW 
inent for the Colli ge, and that every dollar of the endowment fund will bdf 
to pay the I oaid and tuition of some girl who would otherwise be without -^ 
education. 

Sunday afternoon the andienee were delighted by quite a novel feature 

the commencement cxeroi-e-. The young ladic- of the Ircnian Society IicMi 
missionary meeting, in wliich they gave recitations and original es-ays tin the 
subject Of mi-sions. It was. perhaps, the tir-t time Ilia! a missionary Berth] 
formed a part of the programme of a College Commencement. The cxerci-. 
,,f ( oniniem-ement week, we say, with no menial reservation, were c\i ee(lins.v, 
entertaining. 

The President had everything BO parall'l with paopie'l comfort and innate 
common senee, that the] went olT praiang him and ill love with bin 1 
heard nothing but eommetiilation from all who attended. We think lie h« 
of the beat managers of a commencement pr o g ramme we have seen. Tl,. 
boarding capacity of the College has been full the paat term. More room i- 
Deeded A larger number of sn, dents than ever is looked for next term. Wt 
hope the triends of the College will rally to its support. 

J. \V. Lkk, 
J. W. Roamm, 

W. A. TlHNK.lt. 

T. W. Latham, 
Visiting Committee of North Georgia Conference. 



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LaOBAKOR FEMALE co /././■;<,/■; 2 fl 

LaGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 
GRAND CONCERT, Vocal .\Nl> LN8TR1 MKNTaL. 



II l-I.U SIollT, JINK 18, 1HM2, IIV TH1 IMIMI.s. 



BMTM i- the l.irlli place of miiMC, anil Khali !><• il.- limtl home."-/*-. I.i, ,...„„,/,. 
1'lltM. l:\MMK. — I'AIIT I. 

I,v "'" in ' ■■ • • • • I .« Dame Blanche | BoeildJeu) Hon- 

mama K Cooper, .1. Stmma, K. Baal, F. McAfee. 

|eeal Solo L'uitgnuolo Memtcano (Mora 

Mi-> Vieic Heard. 

.Mmny Bcfanoker Descriptive Ohoru* Hix 

Primary Singing Class— thirty vt.i- 

Grand Organ Solo Handel's Harmonious Blacksmith 

Min Oarobel Heidt 

Vix-al Duett Hatter Cupid Vernnr 

i<l B. Mc~ 



HiaiM ML Hill and B. McFarlin. 

Siege de OorieaUM 

Miami C. BaDard, V. Heard. K. Hargis, 0. Parka 



i>vi rtiire ,j ..... . . .Sjcge de Coricnthe Burehard 



Instrumental Solo (Jems of Scotland Rive— King 

Miss Bffle Thompson. 

Full Chorus Aprile Concone 

l'AHT II. 

Mazurka des Traineaoi Btaeee 

Five pianos and organ. 
Mioses 1. I'ahner. ('. Ballard. V. Heard, L. Howard. K. Rargia, M. Stipe, 
J. Covington, C. 1'arks, ML r. Turner, E. Thompson. 

Solo Kerry Dance Molloy 

Wa Katie Cooper. 

Instrumental Duet Midsummer Night's Dream Mendelssohn 

Misses ('. Ballard and S. Candler. 

focal Solo with Vocal Accompaniment Whither Little Maiden Scott 

Siloist — Miss C. Heidi. Accompanists — Misses C. Parks, E. Thompson. 

K. Hargis. 

Instrumental Solo Moonlight Sonata Beethoven 

Miss May Candler. 

Ileal Solo Uobert Le Diable Cavatina Meyerbeer 

Miss Carobel Heidt 

Grand Duo de Xorma Wells 

Misses May Candler and Bffle Thompson. 

Full Chorus QreeUnfi to Spring Wilson 

Advanced Singing Class— forty voices. 

Accompaniment— Two pianos, oriran, 1st and 2d violins. Piano, Misses M. 
Candler, Ida Palmer, E. Tbonpeoa, 0. Ballard. First violin, Prof 
Kierulff; 2d violin, Miss Walker. 



.to UORANOE FEMALK coll I 



poiur ni ATKii.i 
Mr. Cady's Visit to the LaGrangc Female College. 



Mr. ('. M. Cady. the well known oonoerl manag e r and accompUahed n 
critic, visited <»ur dty far the parpoee of a t te n d i ng the concert given by the 
pupiU of tlu iAGraoge Female College, After hearing them be pronounce] 
the tzeeution Una, end idmired eepecbny the drill through which the iutnj 
mental perftamati bad been carried, and the a tt ention paid to it] le and tone) 
in playing, and to Auger gymnastica and tachi 

lie also commanded Dr. Heidt'i ezcellenl Idea of bringing before the public 
and perfeettng oar/ each mnata m is need in elegant parlor entertainments. 
and which only will benenl young hadiea in their rabeequeal aodetjr ami 
home life. 

Mr. Cndy congratulated M-- ■ BouM and HamPtOTI OB the case and elegance 

with which the concert was directed, and the perfect time aadeipronkra with 
which the pieces were rendered. He was ehil>oratc in his praisesof the Grand 
Duo da (forma which was so finely executed. .Mi" Hampton's advanced 
ringing chess did her great credit in the beautiful chorus, "Greeting toSpriag' 

li was pronounced the flneet choruaeverauaf In LaGrancr.— Exporter. A. 




FORMS OF BEQUEST. 



/ ,jir. and bequeath to n„ Tnutett ■■: LaOrtmgi Ftmal OoBeot n„ ,.„,„ ,,/• 

t haum n d doBan, t„ i,. oppropriaitd bg tht Tnuttm for th. bentdU of n„ 

(.y/'.v, (" »"■!' manner at in their dtsaretlon then thaU think "■<" '» * 



and bequeath to tin Trustee* of I • !'■ „,.ii. CeOegt tin turn of 

th ou s an d doUan, to be tafdg inn ttedhg them andeaBei tin Seholar- 

i4i;i Fund. Th interest of this fond *haU bt applied to aid doming thtdenlt in 
[eQrangt Fkmalt College. 



and bequeath to tht Trustee* <>/ LaOrwngx Wemah CbBap the turn of 

thousand doBon, tent mtflhj fmuuttod bt) them, and tatted At em 

Wmi ni Fund. The interest *lmii in applied to tin payment ef tin ttdariet of 
■ in LaQranfn Fwmalt Ostttgs, aeth Trustees thaB dtmt *wp*di*mt. 



and bequeath to tin Trustee* vf LaOrangt FemaM OoOegi the mm of 
thousand dotte tn , to l» used h,u than ;,, th, purehaa of books for the 



JMrary, of apparatus for th* urn of th College, or in xnrl, other manner n> theg 
Aiiil deem ejtpethont.